D. C. Douglas
D.C. Douglas in CSI: Las Vegas 2022
D.C. Douglas in CSI: Las Vegas 2022
Born
OccupationActor
Years active1977–present
Notable work
Resident Evil as Albert Wesker
Mass Effect as Legion
Transformers: Rescue Bots as Chase
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable as Yoshikage Kira
Websitewww.dcdouglas.com

D. C. Douglas[1] is an American actor and voice actor. He played Pa Kettle on Syfy's Z Nation, Zepht on Star Trek Enterprise, and has appeared in several soap operas, including Days of Our Lives and The Young and the Restless. He voiced Albert Wesker in ten Resident Evil games, Legion in Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3, and Yoshikage Kira in JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable (2016).

Early life

Douglas was born in Berkeley, California. His father was a salesman and his mother is an artist, a writer, and spiritual advisor.[2] His maternal grandparents were vaudeville performers.[3] His grandmother, Grace Hathaway, continued in burlesque as a dancer and his grandfather, Joe Miller, became known in San Francisco for his talks at the Theosophy Lodge and his weekly Thursday morning group walks through Golden Gate Park.[4][5][6]

Douglas' parents divorced when he was five years old and he was raised primarily by his mother in the San Francisco Bay Area during the 1960s through the early 1980s. At age seven he decided that he was going to be an actor after watching an episode of Hollywood and the Stars. He performed in San Jose and Walnut Creek community theatre, but it was his Ygnacio Valley High School drama teacher who encouraged him to follow through on his dream.

At sixteen, Douglas traveled alone to New York to audition for Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. He wasn't accepted and while his back-up plan was to live in New York, his visit there deterred him from that idea. Instead, he chose Los Angeles and moved there in 1985.

Career

Live action

Theatre

Douglas and Richard Grove in The Beethovens, Los Angeles, 1993.
Douglas and Richard Grove in The Beethovens, Los Angeles, 1993.

Douglas graduated from the only accredited acting trade school in Los Angeles at the time - Estelle Harman Actors Workshop. He co-founded the improvisation troupe Section Eight and was also a member of Theatre of NOTE for several years. He produced Some Things You Need to Know Before the World Ends (A Final Evening with the Illuminati) at the Hollywood United Methodist Church as a benefit for the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, performing the role of Brother Lawrence opposite Theatre of NOTE co-founder, Kevin Carr. The production was well received and became an LA Weekly "Pick-of-the-Week." Douglas performed in many other Equity Waiver 99-seat Theatre productions throughout the 1990s.[7]

Television

Douglas and Russell Hodgkinson in Z Nation
Douglas and Russell Hodgkinson in Z Nation

Douglas' first network TV role was on the hit ABC 90's sitcom Coach in which his 3 lines were cut in the final broadcast. In 1996, after sporadic small co-star roles, he landed a small role in Boston Common, an NBC pilot. When the show was picked up for a season he returned in a recurring role as the D.C., the antagonist to Hedy Burress's character.[8]

Douglas' television career involved primarily conservative or antagonist roles. Highlights include 24, Star Trek: Enterprise, NYPD Blue, ER, Charmed, Without a Trace, NCIS, Criminal Minds, Castle and The Encounter.

In 2015, while pitching the producers at The Asylum a film project that would pay homage to Resident Evil 5, a zombie video game Douglas worked on and had gained fan appreciation for, they were inspired to cast him as Pa Kettle in Z Nation, a zombie Syfy show, for a 3 episode arc.

While never considered for a lead contract role on the many Los Angeles based soaps, Douglas did guest star on all of them numerous times.[9] Most notable as the manipulative Bellman in a Days of Our Lives 1991 honeymoon arc, and as two different characters on The Young and The Restless - Chad Atherton in a 1996 arc, and Kurz, a crime boss taunting Tristan Rogers's character in a 2014 arc. In 2017, Douglas appeared on The Bold and The Beautiful for his 26th time in 20 years in his 6th role.

In 2021, Douglas announced that he is rebooting his acting career with a focus on independent cinema.[10]

Film

Douglas in Apocalypse Kiss
Douglas in Apocalypse Kiss

Douglas' first film was 1989's Future Force with David Carradine. While all his scenes were only with Carradine, Douglas never met him as their characters only spoke through a futuristic video conference system.

Film highlights include playing a possessed ghost hunter in Black Ops with Lance Henriksen, a disturbing turn as "Dad" in Smartass with Joey King, a deranged cop in Helen Alone with Priscilla Barnes, and a harried producer in Labor Pains with Lindsay Lohan.

In 2013, he was cast as a serial killer in Apocalypse Kiss and changed his appearance to look similar to Resident Evil villain Albert Wesker. The producers were fans of Douglas' work in the video game franchise.[11]

Douglas and Maryse Mizanin in Isle Of The Dead.
Douglas and Maryse Mizanin in Isle Of The Dead.

Douglas has worked with The Asylum since 2002, having appeared in ten films. In 2015, while working on The Asylum's Alpha House film, Douglas bonded with the film's writers, Jacob Cooney and Brandon Trenz. Together, they developed the idea for Isle of the Dead. Douglas pitched the concept to The Asylum producers David Michael Latt, David Rimawi and Paul Bales.[12] The film was completed in 2016 with Douglas as Aiden Wexler, opposite Joey Lawrence and Maryse Mizanin,[13] and aired on the SyFy network.

Douglas in Drowning In Secrets
Douglas in Drowning In Secrets

Other The Asylum film highlights include Titanic II as the hapless ship captain, Sharknado 2 [14] as Bud, one of the only characters to die by an alligator in a shark movie, and Aquarium of the Dead as the clueless Aquarium tour guide.

In 2021, Douglas was cast in three unrelated Lifetime Network films: The Killer in My Backyard, Killer Stepmom, and Drowning In Secrets.

Producer, writer, director

in 1996, Douglas wrote, produced and starred in Falling Words, his first festival film short. In subsequent years he wrote, produced and directed The Eighth Plane, an anti-Scientology short and Freud and Darwin Sitting in a Tree, about Lewis Henry Morgan.

In 2001, he resurrected the character 'Lance Baxter' from his first film short, Falling Words and created a cabaret act, covering sad love songs that illustrated his dysfunctional relationships. It was performed at The Lava Lounge in Hollywood.[15] In 2006, inspired by turning forty, Douglas expanded the idea into Lance Baxter: Halfway Through My Life If I'm Lucky. [16] The show featured original songs (lyrics by Douglas and music by Lily Popova) and comedic monologues. The show was produced at The M Bar in Hollywood and ran for several nights as a fundraiser for More Than Shelter for Seniors.

Also in 2006, his film short, Duck, Duck, Goose!, played at film festivals worldwide and received awards for the Best Short from the Seattle's True Independent Film Festival (STIFF) and Best Actor from the Trenton Film Festival.

His 2009 CGI film short, The Crooked Eye starring Fay Masterson and narrated by Linda Hunt, played at festivals and won awards for Best Narration (STIFF), Best Screenplay (HDFest) and Best Animated Short (Red Rock Film Festival).

Fake Trump Cartoons graphic
Fake Trump Cartoons graphic

In 2016 he wrote, edited and directed a Halloween animated short, Ginger & Snapper, with Rachael Leone. The short includes voice actors Lacey Chabert, Steve Blum, Liam O'Brien, Laura Bailey and Roger Craig Smith.

From 2007 to 2019, Douglas voiced the Resident Evil villain, Albert Wesker. As his fan following grew he began producing fan service videos. Popular entries include Old Spice spoof,[17] 12 Days of Evil,[18] and Covid-19: Albert F. Wesker Tips.[19]

In 2017, Douglas created and launched MSM Breaking News!: Fake Trump Cartoons, an animated web series satirizing the Donald Trump presidency as well as the Robert Mueller investigation into the Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections. A typical episode was written by Douglas and produced by his animator, Rachael Leone. Guest voice actors have included Steve Blum, Maurice LaMarche, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, Todd Haberkorn and Mark Meer, among others.[20]

Voiceover

Douglas with Maurice Lamarche, Dragon Con, 2021.
Douglas with Maurice Lamarche, Dragon Con, 2021.

Early Voiceover career

Douglas began his voice acting career in the early 1990s by doing walla for low budget action and erotic films that were usually aired on Showtime late night.[21] By the 21st century he had stopped doing general walla work altogether, but did occasional unique ADR jobs, including voice matching Guy Pearce in Factory Girl and Kevin Spacey in Fred Clause,[22] as well as voicing a TV reporter in 50/50[23] and Brad Pitt's SpaceCom computer therapist in Ad Astra.[24]

Video games

Douglas has voiced a variety of characters in video games, though primarily low-voiced villains. Highlights include The Master in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer video game, Albert Wesker in the Resident Evil series as well as Marvel vs. Capcom, Raven in Tekken 6, AWACS Ghost Eye in Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation, Commandant Alexei in Tales of Vesperia, Legion in Mass Effect 2/Mass Effect 3/[Mass Effect Legendary Edition]], Grimoire Noir and Pod 042 in the Nier franchise, Azrael in BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma, Coburn in Ubisoft's The Crew and Hector Birtwhistle (H.B.) in Xenoblade Chronicles X.

Commercials and promos

Douglas was a CBS Daytime promo announcer for the summer of 2003 and has cited that job as the turning point in his voiceover career. He used the money he made from that contract and built his home studio (a rare thing for most voice artists at the time) which allowed him to leave his editing job and work solely as an actor.[25]

National campaign highlights include the GEICO Celebrity campaign from 2006 to 2008, the McDonald's Be the Sizzle campaign from 2009 to 2010, Radio Shack's Holiday Hero campaign in 2010 and several Experian spots featuring Douglas and Tom Kenny as computers in 2014.[26]

He has been one of the current promo voices for Sony Pix since 2018.[27]

Douglas in Los Angeles recording studio, 2021
Douglas in Los Angeles recording studio, 2021

Animation

Highlights include Chase in Hub Network's Transformers: Rescue Bots (the longest-running Transformers series),[28] Colonel Rawls (and many others) in Cartoon Network's Regular Show, Sylvus (the Elder) and Aikor (the Villain) in Monchichi Tribe, Newton in The Rocketeer, and a cameo in Family Guy as Superman.

Anime

Douglas avoided anime work in the early aughts due to the notorious low pay.[29] But, during his first convention appearance in 2010, he saw the burgeoning phenomena of anime fans wanting to meet the voice actors. Douglas has said the opportunity to travel while getting paid inspired him to reach out to the local Los Angeles production houses that recorded anime.[25] This led to some fan favorite roles, such as Yoshikage Kira in the Diamond Is Unbreakable arc of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Wooden Sword Ryu in Netflix's Shaman King (2021 TV series), Edo in Netflix's Ultraman, Praetorian in Netflix's Super Crooks, and X Drake in One Piece (TV series).

Politics

In April 2010, Douglas came under fire from the Tea Party movement for a phone call he made to Freedomworks in which he left an inflammatory voice mail. A day later GEICO dropped him from the new "shocking news" series of internet commercials that were in post-production.[30] This led to some debate in the voice-over community about whether announcers were public figures.[31] He responded by producing a mock Tea Party PSA for YouTube that was subsequently broadcast on both Joy Behar's HLN show and Geraldo Rivera's Geraldo at Large with Douglas as a guest.[32][33]

The experience inspired Douglas to continue creating short, satirical political videos.[34] The most viewed were his Burn a Koran Day video (posted by The Huffington Post[35]) and his Why #OccupyWallStreet? video (aired on MSNBC's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell),[36]

In November 2011, Douglas tweeted out a quote from a Tower Heist Q&A at the ArcLight Hollywood where director Brett Ratner made a disparaging remark about homosexuals. The Hollywood Reporter subsequently reported Douglas' tweet as the beginning of a controversy which led to Ratner stepping down from the 2012 Oscars.[37] (Douglas was permanently banned from Twitter in January, 2021 for mocking Q Anon accounts.)[38]

Douglas has also lent his voice to many liberal political organizations, including American Bridge 21st Century PAC and the non-profit progressive research and information center Media Matters for America.

Filmography

Live action

Film Credits
Year Title Role Notes
1989 Future Force Billy
1995 Under Siege 2: Dark Territory Technician #1
1997 Falling Words Lance Short film
1998 The Eighth Plane Henry Short film
1998 Two Weeks Later Solomon Short film
1998 Just Add Water Barry Short film
2000 Freud and Darwin Sitting in a Tree Charlie Short film
2001 Totally Blonde French Waiter, Douglas The Hotel Clerk
2002 Killer 2: The Beast Dr. W. B. Miller Direct-to-video
2003 Grace Nate Short film
2003 Side Show Sleazy Producer Short film
2003 Scarecrow Slayer Dr. Baxter Direct-to-video
2003 The Commission Assistant Counsel Howard P. Willens
2003 Ga-Ga Calio Short film
2003 Billy Makes the Cut Sal Short film
2004 Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War Additional Voices English dub
2004 Streakers Jack Short film
2004 Billy's Dad Is a Fudge-Packer! Narrator Short film
2005 Duck, Duck, Goose! Jacob Short film
2005 5.6 Seconds Radio Announcer Short film
2006 New York Waiting Exion
2006 666: The Child Dr. Loring
2007 Sister's Keeper Richard Stander
2007 Universal Remote The Narrator, The Navy Suit
2008 Bling Nathan Short film
2008 Deadwater Larry Grubman Direct-to-video
2008 Shelter Luke Greenley
2009 The Crooked Eye Frank Short film
2009 Poker Run Amarillo Slim
2009 Labor Pains Vista Producer
2010 Titanic II Captain Howard Direct-to-video
2010 Change Your Life! Randy Reynolds Direct-to-video
2012 ...Or Die D.C. Short film
2014 Alpha House Marshall Direct-to-video
2014 Helen Alone Mark's Dad, Announcer
2014 Apocalypse Kiss Adrian
2016 KILD TV Milton Web / Dr. Perseco
2016 The Shickles Barry
2016 Ribbons Frank Greenlee
2016 Isle of the Dead Colonel Aiden Wexler
2017 Smartass Dad
2018 The Hard Scene Mark Short film
2021 Aquarium of the Dead Daniel
2021 Cuddly Toys Reverend Maxwell
2021 The Killer in My Backyard Ron
2021 Killer Stepmom Randy
2022 Drowning In Secrets Caleb


Television Credits
Year Title Role Notes
1988 Al TV Reginald Buttplug, Fashion Designer Episode: "Even Worse"
1991 Coach Dulcimer Freak Episode: "Leonard Kraleman: All-American"
1991 General Hospital Sidney 1 episode
19912014 Days of Our Lives Bellman, Brad, Mr. Bob Salke 4 episodes
1992 Civil Wars Ernie Episode: "His Honor Offer"
1992 Renegade Father Nelson Episode: "Eye of the Storm"
1994 Melrose Place Dweeby Executive Episode: "And Justice for All"
1995 Hudson Street Kid Episode: "Contempt"
1996–97 Boston Common Ben, DC 10 episodes
19962014 The Young and the Restless Chad Atherton, Cohort, Kurtz 13 episodes
1997 Claude's Crib Snobbish Waiter Episode: "Clothes Encounter"
1997 Diagnosis: Murder Randy Thompson Episode: "Murder in the Air"
1997–2017 The Bold and the Beautiful Court Clerk, Chip, Dr. Whittman, Minister, Dr. Andrews 26 episodes
1998 Beverly Hills, 90210 Mr. Remington Episode: "The Girl Who Cried Wolf"
1998 Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction Wally Episode: "Scoop"
1998 Silk Stalkings Ferret Episode: "Forever"
1998 Emma's Wish Carney Television film
1999 King's Pawn Clark Television film
2001 Charmed Craig Episode: "Bride and Groom"
2002 That '80s Show Customer Episode: "Tuesday Comes Over"
2002 ER Ken Ambrose Episode: "Dead Again"
2003 Mister Sterling Danny Episode: "Statewide Swing"
2003 Star Trek: Enterprise Zepth Episode: "The Breach"
2003 JAG Dr. Alan Ganzel Episode: "Pas de Deux"
2004 NYPD Blue Dr. Ted Hollingsworth Episode: "What's Your Poison"
2005 Las Vegas Barnett Episode: "One Nation, Under Surveillance"
2005 The Inside Ned Batter Episode: "Old Wounds"
2005 Strong Medicine Agent Norton Episode: "New Blood"
2006 The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Snooty Interviewer Episode: "Books and Birdhouses"
2006–07 What About Brian Gary Barnes 2 episodes
2007 24 Blake Simon Episode: "Day 6: 6:00 a.m.-7:00 a.m."
2007 Passions Dr. Kirkwood 3 episodes
2007 Final Approach Doug Ellis Television film
2008 Without a Trace Charlie Reed Episode: "A Bend in the Road"
2009 The Three Rivers Dr. Ralston Episode: "Place of Life"
2010 Criminal Minds Mr. Krouse Episode: "Risky Business"
2011 Raising Hope Man in Suit Episode: "It's a Hopeful Life"
2012 Castle Bill Moss Episode: "Dial M for Mayor"
2012 Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures Blake's Dad Episode: "Epic Cuffs"
2012 Hot in Cleveland Peter Filsinger Episode: "Rubber Ball"
2012 2 Broke Girls Conrad Dean Episode: "And the Drug Money"
2012 NCIS: Los Angeles Rob Nelson Episode: "Neighborhood Watch"
2012 Workaholics Tattoo Artist Episode: "True Dromance"
2012 Franklin & Bash Wooten Episode: "Strange Brew"
2012 Sullivan & Son HR Guy Episode: "Hank Speech"
2013 Dog with a Blog Rick Stewart Episode: "Stan's Old Owner"
2014 NCIS Tom Speakman Episode: "Crescent City: Part 1"
2014 Sharknado 2: The Second One Bud Television film
2013 Kickin' It Chuck Crawford Episode: "Fawlty Temple"
2015 The Haunted Hathaways Oliver Loomis Episode: "Haunted Ghost Tour"
2015–16 Z Nation Pa Kettle 3 episodes
2019–19 Wizard School Dropout Professor Grundlesnoot 5 episodes
2020 The Encounter Lewis Episode: "Delivery"


Voiceover

Anime Credits
Year Title Role Notes
2000–01 Hajime no Ippo Genji Kamogawa, Kazuki Sanada Also Champion Road [39]
2009–11 One Piece X Drake
2014–15 Naruto: Shippuden Gari, Ittan
2015 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders: Battle in Egypt Doctor
2015–16 Durarara!! x2 Additional Voices
2016 Erased Kitamura Ep. "Future"[40]
2017 Cyborg 009: Call of Justice Steven Archimedes
2017–18 Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans Jalsey Donomikols
2017 Berserk (2016 TV series) Locus, Priest [40]
2017 Mobile Suit Gundam: Thunderbolt Vincent Pike, Nelson
2018–19 Hunter × Hunter Shoot McMahon
2018 Record of Grancrest War Dimitrie Ep. "Forest of Eternal Darkness"
2018 Sword Art Online Alternative Gun Gale Online Narrator Ep. "Squad Jam"
2018 The Laws of the Universe Alpha
2018 Back Street Girls: Gokudolls Ryo
2018–present Baki Igari, Commander Netflix ONA
2018 Sirius the Jaeger Kershner
2019 JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Diamond Is Unbreakable Yoshikage Kira, Kosaku Kawajiri
2019 Ultraman Edo, Nepenthus Netflix ONA
2019 Neon Genesis Evangelion Keel Lorenz Netflix dub[41]
2019 Cells at Work! Basophil [42]
2019 Boruto: Naruto Next Generations Gekko
2019 One Piece: Stampede X Drake [43]
2020 Welcome to Demon School! Iruma-kun Callego Naberius
2020 Akudama Drive Master Funimation dub[44]
2021 Hortensia Saga Maurice Baudelaire Funimation dub[45]
2021 Shaman King Ryunosuke "Ryu" Umemiya Netflix dub[46]
2021 Super Crooks Praetorian Netflix dub[47]


Animation Credits
Year Title Role Notes
2009, 2011 Family Guy Imperial Officer #3, Superman [48]
2010 The American Dream Various Television special[48]
2011–16 Transformers: Rescue Bots Chase, Mr. Harrison, Additional Voices
2016–17 Regular Show Colonel Rawls, Additional Voices [48]
2020 Homeward Rolf
2020 DC Super Hero Girls Deathstroke
2020 The Rocketeer (TV series) Newton / Gus


Film ADR Credits
Year Title Role Notes
2011 50/50 Live Volcano Reporter Uncredited
2017 Death Race 2050 A.B.E. Uncredited
Direct-to-video
2019 Ad Astra Computer Therapist Uncredited


Video Game Credits
Year Title Role Notes
2002 Buffy the Vampire Slayer The Master [41]
2004 SpellForce: The Breath of Winter Uzakhan, Shamziro, Bario, Blind Monk, Desperate Soul
2005 Tekken 5 Various [41]
2006 SpellForce 2: Shadow Wars Avatar, Malacay
2006 Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra Suou Uzuki, Voyager [40]
2006 .hack//G.U. vol.1//Rebirth Gabi, Taihaku [40]
2007 .hack//G.U. vol.2//Reminisce Gabi, Taihaku [40]
2007 .hack//G.U. vol.3//Redemption Gabi, Taihaku [40]
2007 Eternal Sonata Jazz [40]
2007 Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation AWACS Ghost Eye [41]
2007 Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles Albert Wesker [41]
2008 Tales of Vesperia Alexei [40]
2009 Resident Evil 5 Albert Wesker [40]
2009 Tekken 6 Raven [41]
2009 Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles Albert Wesker [40]
2010 Mass Effect 2 Legion, Crewman Hawthorne [40]
2010 Nier Grimoire Noir [48]
2011 Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds Albert Wesker [41]
2011 MotorStorm: Apocalypse Dusklite Site Manager [48]
2011 Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D Albert Wesker [41]
2011 Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Raven [41]
2011 Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Albert Wesker
2011 Star Wars: The Old Republic Various [48]
2012 Mass Effect 3 Legion, Tactus, Geth Elder,[48] Legion Assassin, Geth VI
2012 Street Fighter X Tekken Raven, Eddy Gordo [40][41]
2012 Rise of Dragonian Era Online Narrator
2012 Tales of Graces f President Dylan Paradine [49]
2012 Starhawk Rifters, Outcasts, Radio Control Operators [40]
2013 NBA 2K14 Uber Agent [48]
2013 Rune Factory 4 Dylas, Bado [41]
2013 Dark Matter AI [48]
2014 BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Azrael [48]
2014 ZMR Zombie Monster Robots Mech [48]
2014 The Crew Coburn [48]
2015 Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Albert Wesker [41]
2015 Lego Jurassic World Additional Voices [48]
2015 Lost Dimension George Jackman [48]
2015 Persona 4: Dancing All Night Dance Instructor[48]
2015 Xenoblade Chronicles X H.B. [40]
2015 The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel Rufus Albarea [48]
2016 Resident Evil Zero HD Remaster Albert Wesker [41]
2016 Fire Emblem Fates Gunter [40]
2016 Space Run Galaxy Simon [48]
2016 Umbrella Corps Albert Wesker, Player [41]
2016 Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens 2Med2 [48]
2016 Zero Time Dilemma Zero [40]
2016 The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II Rufus Albarea, Valimar [48]
2016 Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse Odin [40]
2016 Tyranny Sage Lantry [41]
2017 Fire Emblem Heroes Wrys, Barst, Gunter [40]
2017 Robo Recall Odin, Service Bots, Thug Bots [48]
2017 Nier: Automata Pod 042 [40]
2017 Persona 5 Suguru Kamoshida [40][48]
2018 Monster Hunter: World Analytics Director [40]
2018 Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology Gafka [41]
2018 BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Azrael [48]
2019 Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown Schroeder [41]
2019 Dead or Alive 6 Diego [41]
2019 Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice Narrator, Merchant [48]
2019 Teppen Albert Wesker [50]
2019 AI: The Somnium Files #89 [48]
2019 Code Vein Gregorio Silva, Anti [41]
2019 Shenmue III Additional Cast [40]
2019 Borderlands 3 Burton Briggs [40]
2020 Space Channel 5 VR: Kinda Funky News Flash! [40]
2020 Persona 5 Royal Suguru Kamoshida [40]
2020 The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IV Valimar, Rufus Albarea [40]
2021 Nier Replicant ver.1.22474487139... Grimoire Noir [51]
TBA Honkai: Star Rail Svarog [52]

See also

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